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Fashion Fun From Providence

Providence Catholic high student, Gienna Gaeta from Tinley Park models a prom dress from Kimberly Bond Boutique. The school held their fashion show at Patrick C. Haley mansion in Joliet titled Runway USA.

Providence Catholic high student, Gienna Gaeta from Tinley Park models a prom dress from Kimberly Bond Boutique. The school held their fashion show at Patrick C. Haley mansion in Joliet titled Runway USA.

Classy was the best way to describe the fashion show put on by the Providence Catholic high school women's club. On Sunday, student's in every grade level took part showing off everyday wear to prom night at the Patrick C. Haley mansion. What a fitting way to celebrate the school and the theme they brought…patriotism.

The Color Guard of VFW Cantigny Post 367 from Joliet proudly presented the colors. As soprano Marie Michuda sung the star spangled banner, USA pride could be seen on every attendee.

Providence students couldn't be more prouder as they modeled fashions from Old Navy, The Gap, JC Penney Mokena and prom fashions from Kimberly Bond Boutique along with My Sisters and Me Boutique. " Providence is my second home, says Providence senior Ryan Utter. I can't think of a better place to go. You get a great education." Utter has done well at Providence he graduates May 31rst and will go to Westpoint. There are stories throughout Providence Catholic high like this. Providence football player David Kaminski from Frankfort adds his slice of the school. " We're all about family, we're all connected. This is a great group of guys here to have fun and help out the school."

Help out the school they did. The money raised from the fashion show and raffle will help the school. Proud to be an American and prouder yet to go to Providence is junior, Gienna Gaeta from Tinley Park. " I love Providence, they have a lot of opportunities such as this fashion show. This has been so much fun."

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